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By Dormskirk - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0,

59 Cherry Hinton Road, Hillside

History of 59 Cherry Hinton Road


Eliza Pope, head, 45, born Littleport

Violet, 23, born Littleport

Gerald, 17, junior clerk, cement manufacturers, born Cambridge

George, 14, cashier, stationery business, born Cambridge

Lester, 10, born Cambridge

Thelma, 4, born Cambridge

P G Pope was a private in the Cambridge then Northamptonshire Regiments. It was reported on 4/6/1915 that he had been wounded in the foot but not seriously.

Wilfred Lester Pope, b. 1900, volunteered for the Red Cross from 1916-1917 on hospital, convoy and air raid duty.


Caroline E Collyer, b 1875, part time gardening

Helen J Tripp, b 1897, student


not listed


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